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  • 61St Peter's Church, Aston-by-Sutton — St Peter s Church, Aston by Sutton, from the southwest …

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  • 62Hey Negrita (song) — Infobox Song Name = Hey Negrita Artist = The Rolling Stones Album = Black and Blue Released= April 23 1976 track no = 5 Recorded = March April, October December 1975 Genre = Rock Length = 4:58 Writer = Jagger/Richards Label = Rolling… …

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  • 63Seychelles community in EU — The Seychelles community in the EU [http://seyeu.com/] are nationals of the Republic of Seychelles who have returned or migrated to Europe since 1900 for various reasons. They are descendants of French, British, other European, Creole, Chinese,… …

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  • 64Klara Prast — Superherobox| caption=Klara as seen on page 4 of Secret Invasion Runaways/Young Avengers. #1. Art by Takeshi Miyazawa. comic color=background:#ff8080 character name=Klara Prast publisher=Marvel Comics debut= Runaways (Vol. 2) #27 (July, 2007)… …

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  • 65Zora Fair — Izora (Zora) Fair was a native of South Carolina. During the American Civil War, she was a refugee in Oxford, Georgia. In November 1864, she nearly exposed William Tecumseh Sherman s planned March to the Sea to the Confederacy. She was sometimes… …

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  • 66Negro — This article is about the historic term. For an overview of the subject, see Black people. For the pro wrestler, see Sin Cara Negro. The word Negro is used in the English speaking world to refer to a person of black ancestry or appearance,… …

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  • 67History of Seychelles — The recorded history of Seychelles dates back to the 17th century. The Seychelles became an independent republic in 1976 after two hundred years of European colonial rule.Pre colonial historyThe early (pre European colonisation) history of Isle… …

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  • 68Luis Miguel González Cruz — En este artículo sobre cine se detectaron los siguientes problemas: Necesita ser wikificado conforme a las convenciones de estilo de Wikipedia. Carece de fuentes o referencias que aparezcan en una fuente acreditada. Por fa …

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  • 69-ess — a suffix forming distinctively feminine nouns: countess; goddess; lioness. [ME esse < OF < LL issa < Gk] Usage. Since at least the 14th century, English has both borrowed feminine nouns in ESS from French ( esse in French and in some early&#8230; …

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  • 70Heckel, Erich — ▪ German artist born July 31, 1883, Döbeln, Germany died January 27, 1970, Radolfzell, West Germany [now Germany]       German painter, printmaker, and sculptor who was one of the founding members of Die Brücke (Brücke, Die) (“The Bridge”), an&#8230; …

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  • 71negro — adjective a) Relating to the black ethnicity. b) Black or dark brown in color. Syn: black, Black, Afro American, African American See Also: negress, negroid …

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  • 72negroid — 1. adjective having negro features racially. Pertaining to the racial classification of humanity including people indigenous to sub Saharan Africa and their diaspora in other parts of the world. They were human and yet not human. I should say&#8230; …

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  • 73pergola — noun /ˈpəːɡələ/ A framework in the form of a passageway of columns that supports a trelliswork roof; used to support and train climbing plants By the little garden pergola open to the winds some fluttered peacocks were blotted nervelessly amid&#8230; …

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  • 74niggeress — noun A black woman; a negress. Poor thing ! why whenever I thinks of that there female niggeress, and what she went through with us, it does pain me to turn my eyes back and look on it …

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  • 75Color's Notes — Directed by Xavi Tello Written by Xavi Tello Starring Eliades Ochoa Raimundo Amador Sazed Ul Alam Studio Producciones Ociosas …

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  • 76Dessa Rose — is a novel by Sherley Anne Williams published in 1986. The book is a Neo slave narrative, incorporating many elements of traditional slave narratives. The book is divided into three sections: The Darky, The Wench and The Negress. The sections&#8230; …

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  • 77Van Couwenbergh, Christian — (7/8/1604 Delft 7/4/1667 Cologne) (Netherlands); aka Van Couwenberg, Corstiaen / Van Kawenberg, Christian    Painter in the style of Caravaggio. Trained under Jan van Nes.    Reproductions: Rape of the negress; 1632; Lucie Smith, 1972: p. 93 .&#8230; …

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  • 78actor, actress — The suffix ess is used to form distinctively feminine nouns such as hostess, lioness, duchess, and heiress. Even before the Women s Lib movement, its use was considered offensive in such words as Jewess, Negress, and poetess, because emphasis on&#8230; …

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  • 79Negro, black — A Negro is a member of the Negroid ethnic division of the human species. (Negroid is a term in anthropology applying to people who have black or brown pigmentation.) Negro, always spelled with a capital letter, is pluralized Negroes. Negro is a&#8230; …

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  • 80BOYER, JEAN PIERRE —    president of Hayti, born at Port au Prince of a negress and a Creole father; secured the independence of the country; held the presidency for 25 years from 1818, but suspected of consulting his own advantage more than that of the country, was&#8230; …

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